The Smallest House In Britain

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  1. Stephen Clementson says:

    Re: The Smallest House In Britain
     Sounds remarkably like a set-up job.  My wife and I have both experienced the paranormal smell phenomenon.  For instance, a smell of gas in the house so strong that I was about to phone an emergency line; but the smell promptly vanished as mysteriously as it had appeared.  Burning smells, but nothing burning…mysterious radiant heat patches that come and go.  Can you take these smells at face value?  Does the smell of fish indisputably prove the presence of a fisherman’s spirit?  I don’t think so.  


    Was this deceased inhabitant merely used as a reference?  There’s an uncanny similarity to my wife’s holiday experience in an ex-baker’s shop close to the river Dart.   Previous holidaymakers had reported similar peculiarities in that building, and I am aware that there were prior paranormal accounts from other ex-bakery buildings.  Robert means ‘bright, shining fame’, whilst ‘Jones’=son of John, roughly meaning ‘god’s gracious gift’.  I note that this dwelling is located on lower gate street, symbolically implying some form of gateway.